kilojoule


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kilojoule

(ˈkɪləˌdʒuːl)
n
1. (Units) one thousand joules
2. (General Physics) one thousand joules
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The construction workers have been using the 3,000 kilojoules capacity tool since Tuesday morning.
The Food (Kilojoule Labelling Scheme and Other Matters) Amendment Bill 2016 will require the big chain food outlets and large supermarkets to display the kilojoule content of items on the menu.
There were, however, clinically significant increases in kilojoule per kilogram and protein intake per kilogram at 24 weeks to 145 kJ/kg (127-179) and 1.
The prevention and treatment of obesity optimally focuses on behavioral interventions from a variety of health practitioners because energy balance (kilojoules consumed versus kilojoules expended) is a broad physical reality that remains a widely-accepted determinant of body weight.
The work is the result of applying the technology developed for linear accelerators to the problem of generating kilojoule microwave pulses for directed energy weapons.
Introduction of compulsory kilojoule labelling for select food businesses
The flavour profile is very subtle with hints of fruit and the product is kilojoule, sugar and sweetener free.
The favorable scaling of electron-positron pairs with laser energy obtained in our experiments suggests that, at a laser intensity and pulse duration comparable to what is available, near-future 10 kilojoule class lasers would provide 100 times higher antimatter yield.
The LLNL press release states, "Since then, NIF has increased its operational energy about 1 kilojoule each day for three years, a remarkable achievement.
If you're not involved in more than an hour of activity a day, sports drinks only add to your daily kilojoule intake.
Infusion rate was reduced to 200 mL/h five months later (May 2000) with reports of 'distress' noted by carers, suspected to be intolerance to a high infusion rate, reducing kilojoule input to 10 MJ/day Two months later, energy input was reduced to 8 MJ/day because of a trend of increasing weight, and EER was recalculated (73 kg, 1.